People in the Eden Valley say their last bus service can't be allowed to stop in November.
The number 563 is run by a small company that says it can no longer afford to run the service.
A nine year-old schoolgirl from the Eden Valley has been named a winner in the WellChild Awards. Nellie-Mai Evans was nominated by her sister Eloise.
Nellie-Mai, who was born with a heart condition requiring a heart transplant and has since battled with cancer, a stroke and ongoing epilepsy, was picked from 100s of nominations from across the UK to win the category of Inspirational Child in these Awards which celebrate the courage of children coping with serious illnesses.
Nellie-Mai will pick up her award at the Hilton in London next month.
When water engineers in the Eden Valley noticed increasing nitrate levels in the untreated water they were collecting, they had to come up with a solution.
Rather than building an expensive and complicated treatment plant, they decided to test a technique more commonly used in the mineral water industry.
Katie Hunter's been to find out more:
Engineers in the Eden Valley have found an original way to purify water before it reaches people's taps.
When United Utilities noticed increased nitrate levels in some of its raw water, it built two new boreholes both 300 metres deep.
Engineers now blend water from deep underground with water closer to the surface. The company says its helped to improve the quality of its product for people in Cumbria.
A similar technique is used by the mineral water industry.
Villagers in Lazonby are celebrating the 50th anniversary of their community pool.
The pool was built by volunteers from Lazonby, Great Salkeld and Kirkoswald in 1964. It was a project led by the Headmaster at the time, Mr Hume.
Since its early days, the community have looked after the pool and worked together to keep it going, so this is a special celebration.